Of the same lineage or origin; having a common ancestor.(adjective)
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Use "consanguineous" in a sentence
"These are called _sandugo_, which means "consanguineous," or "of the same blood.""
"When looking at incest, for instance, it is quite clear that permitting consanguineous relationships will lead to power imbalances, psychological damage, sexual abuse, and a high rate of genetic diseases."
"The Ute must be the updated version of the Holden Pickup (unless the two are consanguineous simultaneous the same thing), as in this extract:"